The developer announced on Twitter that FlickType, an iOS keyboard app for the visually impaired, is about to close. In a post on the Weibo platform, the developer Kosta Eleftheriou announced that he was forced to stop the iPhone keyboard function of the application due to circumstances. He that his decision was made after Apple’s App Store repeatedly “unreasonably” rejected updated versions of the app. He wrote: “For many years, when we tried to provide an app to improve people’s lives, Apple set us one barrier after another, and we could no longer stand their abuse.”

This is not the first time the App Store has tried to forcefully reject the application. Three years ago, Apple “wrongly” opposed the application. “At the time we successfully appealed and overturned their decision, and it hasn’t been a problem since then. Until now,” read Twitter topicThe developers also added that their rejection history spans “over forty pages and is full of repeated, unfounded and unreasonable rejections.”

The FlickType development has filed a lawsuit against Apple. They also exposed many payment fraud applications on the App Store. For some time, Eleftheriou has been damaging Apple’s image by exposing payment fraud apps in the App Store, re-adjusting secret gambling dens, and reviewing fraud.

These tweets asked their users to stop automatically updating the app to keep the FlickType keyboard on the iPhone. At the same time, the FlickType application on Apple Watch will keep running normally.

Twitter users lashed out at Apple. One user (@gauravjj_1) wrote: “This is too bad. Without the FlickType keyboard, my iPhone would be almost useless to me.”

Another with a heavy heart wrote, “It’s incredibly sad to hear. I have been using FlickType English every day at least, and it the best experience.”

The user said how Apple continues to treat developers with hostility, “In some cases, working in this ecosystem will definitely become more and more unpleasant.”

Last year, Fortnite maker Epic Games also filed a lawsuit against Apple’s monopoly strategy on the App Store.

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